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CHOPPER74 SparkPoints: (13,221)
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3/6/13 2:49 P

I work night shift as well and recently I have been working out everyday at 5pm when my husband gets home. I think that splitting up a workout would be a good idea too. I am thinking that when my current program with my husband is over, I will start doing a short workout in the mornings when my shift ends. Sometimes, that may be the only way I get any exercise that day.

07SOJO Posts: 1,652
3/6/13 2:31 P

I think you did right so good for you! emoticon
I know there are many times that I feel so tired I don't want to work out but then I start rationalizing. If I go home without working out, I'll probably just have dinner, read and go to bed so I may as well use some of that time to work out. It's always hard getting started but you never regret a workout, especially once you are done with that workout!
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VCASEY5 SparkPoints: (0)
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3/6/13 2:02 P

I work third shift and haven't been getting the right amount of sleep the past two days simply because I let time get away from me. Still, as exhausted as I felt today, I did HALF a workout and fiugre I can squeeze in more exercise throughout the day so I stay motivated and on track.

How do you guys overcome fitness adversity?

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